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The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2015: Creating Opportunity out of Adversity—Building Innovative, People-Driven Organizations

CEOs are undeterred in their quest for new sources of growth and show few signs of hunkering down in the defensive postures seen in the years immediately following the 2008 financial crisis.

Report | 54 pages | January 2015 | Charles Mitchell, Rebecca L. Ray, Bart van Ark | The Conference Board, Inc.

The 2014 Executive Coaching Survey

External and internal coaching are being used to develop critical skills. This report focuses on both practices and allows organizations to benchmark against more than 140 respondents.

Report | 46 pages | January 2015 | Amy Lui Abel | The Conference Board, Inc.

Les relations industrielles en 2015

Une croissance modeste freinera sans doute les attentes aux tables de négociation partout au pays en 2015. Les relations de travail joueront un rôle stratégique alors que les organisations syndiquées amorceront la planification à long terme de leur capital humain.  Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Report | 68 pages | December 2014 | David K. Shepherdson, Bryce Swerhun | The Conference Board of Canada

Industrial Relations Outlook 2015

Moderate economic growth will likely temper expectations at collective bargaining tables across the country in 2015. Labour relations will play an increasingly strategic role as unionized organizations engage in long-term human resources planning.

Report | 62 pages | December 2014 | Bryce Swerhun, David Shepherdson | The Conference Board of Canada

Leadership Development in Canada: A Webinar on the Snapshot of Practices and Opportunities

The Conference Board has released A Snapshot of Leadership Development Practices in Canada which provides details on leadership development priorities and practices in Canada, and identifies opportunities, gaps, and specific areas for further investigation. The report highlights are explored in a 60-minute webinar featuring Donna Burnett-Vachon, Associate Director the Leadership and Human Resources Research Division of The Conference Board of Canada. Joining Donna for the webinar is Jim Clemmer, President of The CLEMMER Group and renowned leadership expert. He draws on his experiences and insights to discuss how Canadian organizations can make a best-in-class impact through their leadership development programs.

Recorded Webinar | December 2014 | Donna Burnett Vachon | The Conference Board of Canada

Domestic Violence in the Workplace: The Impact on Canadian Workers

Canadian employers lose $77.9 million annually due to the direct and indirect impacts of domestic violence on workers and workplaces and the costs, to individuals, families and society, go far beyond that. However, we know very little about the scope and impacts of this problem in Canada, and international evidence is only starting to emerge. This 60 minute recorded webinar is led by Barb MacQuarrie, Community Director of the Centre for Research and Education on Violence against Women and Children in the Faculty of Education at Western University.

Recorded Webinar | December 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

Mitigating Unconscious Bias in Performance Management

A traditional annual performance appraisal is an opportunity for companies and organizations to increase the strength and diversity of their talent pipelines. However, our unintended, unconscious biases often hijack our mind and permit us to make decisions that project our experiences and values onto others. When this sort of thinking is prevalent in talent management processes, it can quickly reduce representational diversity.

Recorded Webinar | December 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Succession Management Webinar: Growing Your Talent

A new organizational model is emerging—one that is significantly flatter and more efficient. In this environment, it is no longer sufficient to plan for succession at the executive level alone. Organizations must also consider management and mission-critical roles, which are crucial to organizational success and need to be integrated into a broader succession management strategy. This recorded webinar looks at the shift from succession planning to succession management and assessing future workforce needs.

Recorded Webinar | November 2014 | Donna Burnett Vachon, Katie O’Brien | The Conference Board of Canada

Employee Financial Well-Being: How Personal Finances Impact Wellness and the Bottom Line

More than 25 per cent of the workforce is financially distressed and more than two-thirds are not in control of their finances. This lack of financial literacy is causing a myriad of health problems, behavioural issues, and costing your organization through health care cost, absenteeism, turnover and damage to reputations. This 60-minute evidence-based approach recorded webinar, features Frank Wiginton, Canada’s leading authority on employee financial well-being.

Recorded Webinar | November 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

The New Imperative: Driving Performance, Connecting to Value

Companies increasingly view health care as an important investment and want a greater return: they are still keenly interested in lowering costs but are also demanding better performance and value from providers.

e-Library Document | 9 pages | November 2014 | Corporate Authorship TCB | The Conference Board, Inc.

DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Create and Sustain Highly Engaging Cultures: ELEMENTS OF ENGAGE

Assess the level of engagement at your organization and identify the strengths or challenges you may face toward becoming “highly engaged”

Report | 3 pages | November 2014 | David A. Dye, Patrick Hyland, Joe Kaplan, Adam Pressman, Rebecca L. Ray | The Conference Board, Inc.

Engaging Canada’s Emerging Leaders: The Gen Y Workforce

In 2025, approximately 75 per cent of the Canadian workforce will be comprised of “millennials,” a generation characterized by traits such as entrepreneurial spirit, creativity, a desire for work-life integration and, in many cases, a lack of patience in the job market. A recent Intuit report indicates that Canada's millennials are twice as likely as previous generations to become entrepreneurs and create their own companies. Now is the time for companies to attract and retain this emerging talent, and subsequently take advantage of their abilities. This special 60-minute recorded webinar explores how to attract, integrate and retain emerging leaders. Eric Termuende and Emerson Csorba, Directors with Gen Y Inc., a Canadian firm recognized by The Globe and Mail and CBC as a “disruptor” in its field, will share research and best practices on the millennial generation.

Recorded Webinar | November 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

Tackling Resistance to Change at an Individual Level

How do your people react to the relentless pressure of change? Often, they resist—and, thus, executives must work to help people adapt. Unfortunately, leaders too often only react to resistance as it happens, at which point it’s sometimes too late. What if, instead, you could predict which employees might be especially resistant to change and could take action preemptively? This session reviews a case study of an enterprise-wide ERP project in which individual resistance was measured and successfully managed.

Recorded Webinar | November 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Tendances et mesures dans les ressources humaines, troisième édition : La planification stratégique des effectifs dans le contexte canadien

Cette étude présente le contexte de la planification stratégique de la main-d’œuvre au Canada, en fournissant des indications sur l’évolution du milieu des affaires, de la population active et des caractéristiques démographiques et en dégageant les tendances de leur évolution.

Rapport | 64 pages | November 2014 | Richard Brisbois, Heidi Martin | The Conference Board of Canada

HR Trends and Metrics, Third Edition: The Canadian Context for Strategic Workforce Planning

This report presents the context for strategic workforce planning in Canada by identifying trends and providing insights related to the changing business environment, labour force, and demographics. Register for the HR Trends and Metrics Webinar on January 26, 2015 at 2:00pm ET.

Report | 60 pages | November 2014 | Heidi Martin, Richard Brisbois | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Focus on Talent Management (Vol. 4, No. 2, 2014)

This publication explores hot topics in talent management research and includes summaries on human capital trends. Topics include China's talent landscape and use of social media to identify potential hires.

Report | 18 pages | October 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

HR Trends and Metrics: Using Data to Build Workforce Capacity

This 60 minute webinar is based on the new report Human Resource Trends and Metrics: HR Measurement Benchmarking, Third Edition. The webinar brings the report details to life. It provides the context for HR measurement and why measurement is a necessary element for building workforce capacity. The webinar also provides human resources and business leaders with detailed and comprehensive benchmark findings and insights relating to the talent management continuum. It helps organizations and HR professionals understand trends relating to acquiring, developing, rewarding, leading, and engaging their workforces.

Recorded Webinar | October 2014 | Heidi Martin, Ruth Wright | The Conference Board of Canada

HR 2014: The Next Generation of HR

The expectations of HR have never been greater. Business leaders expect HR to play a central role in strategic development and driving business growth, and they want results fast. This will require bold, inventive thinking, and the ability to deliver solutions that add business value. It will also require the ability to rethink everything HR does, and navigate challenging issues with senior management.

Conference e-Proceedings | October 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: CHIEF TALENT/ LEARNING OFFICER Implications

Baby boomer retirements will create a shortage of skilled workers in mature economies, leading to a "war for talent." Winners will be companies that fill skill gaps through planning and retraining.

Report | 12 pages | October 2014 | Ben Cheng, Bert Colijn, Gad Levanon, Michael Paterra | The Conference Board, Inc.

A Survey of Non-retirees and Retirees in Canada: Retirement Perspectives and Plans

This report summarizes the information garnered through a 2014 survey of Canadians aged 18 to 65+. It delves into their experiences, views, and behaviours as they pertain to retirement planning.

Report | 108 pages | October 2014 | Judith MacBride-King | The Conference Board of Canada

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